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being intermediate study

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being intermediate study
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Hello all,im an eclectic wiccanan have been studying diffrent pagen faiths on and off for the past 6 years since I was 12 and because ive had such an interrupted study Ive pretty much stayed at the same level as I was on year 1/2, But now i really want to get serious about my path. I haven't reached out before for fear of seeming fluffy but ive read forms on here before and you all seem to be nice and understanding people.

My problem is many of my books on wicca are introductions (with alot of the same information) so I could gather a comprehensive grasp of the wicca and diffrent branchs within and they are wonderful but what im really after now is something a step up from beginners. I would really like to learn more and expand my knowledge past the initial stage.
Dose anybody have any recommendations for books or websites that could help me ? They would be much appreciated
Thankyou for your time
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Re: being intermediate study
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
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The problem of course is that there really aren't books on advanced Wicca, but there are many books that will help deepen your understanding of the religion of Wicca and how the beliefs and practices of Wicca are important to adhere to. Here are some books that I'd suggest:

"Castings" by Ivo Dominguez

"A Study of Witchcraft" by Deborah Lipp

"Devoted to You" by Judy Harrow

"The Elements of Ritual" by Deborah Lipp

"Path Through the Labyrinth" by Marian Green

"The Other Side of Virtue" by Brendan Myers

"Covensense" by Patricia Crowther

"Wicca Covens" by Judy Harrow

"Gerald Gardner and the Cauldron of Inspiration" by Phillip Heselton

"Witch Father" by Phillip Heselton

"Religion Without Beliefs" by Fred Lamond

"Spiritual Mentoring" by Judy Harrow

"The Pagan Book of Living and Dying" by Starhawk and M. Macha Nightmare

"Kissing the Limitless: Deep Magic and the Great Work of Transforming Yourself and the World" by T. Thorn Coyle


"Pagan Theology; Paganism as a World Religion" by Michael York

"A World Full of Gods: An Inquiry into Polytheism" by John Michael Greer

"The Deities Are Many: A Polytheistic Theology" by Jordan D. Paper


"When, Why...If" by Robin Wood

"An Ye Harm None: Magical Morality and Modern Ethics" by Shelley Rabinovitch & Meredith MacDonald

"Living with Honour" by Emma Restall Orr
"The Other Side of Virtue" by Brendan Myers

"Ethics for the New Millennium" by the Dalai Lama

Living Mindfully:

"The Miracle of Mindfulness" by Thich Nhat Hanh

"Living the Mindful Life" by Charles Tart


"Pagan Religions of the Ancient British Isles" by Ronald Hutton

"Stations of the Sun" by Ronald Hutton

"Triumph of the Moon" by Ronald Hutton

Personal Transformation:

"Make Magic of Your Life: Passion, Purpose, and the Power of Desire" by T. Thorn Coyle


"Modern Magick" by Donald Michael Kraig

"The Veil's Edge" by Willow Polson

"Spells and How They Work" by Janet and Stewart Farrar

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Re: being intermediate study
Post # 3
Thankyou very much lark I really appreciate your help
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Re: being intermediate study
By: / Novice
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I understand how you feel, I was lost for some time trying to find a book on further studies and practices. Two I really enjoyed which could help are

The Goddess is in the Details by Deborah Blake
Living Wicca: a Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham

Those two really helped me. Blake even includes questions and activities at the end of each chapter to help you further your studies.
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Re: being intermediate study
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Thankyou Nekoshema ive just ordered both.
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